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Eating a healthy diet could add 10 years to your life, research shows

Eating an optimal diet from age 20 could increase life expectancy by more than 10 years. Image: UNSPLASH/Brooke Lark

Laura Brown

Senior Lecturer in Nutrition, Food, and Health Sciences, Teesside University

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A table showing the typical amount of foods people should aim to consume daily on each type of diet. Image: Laura Brown

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